June 29-July 2 (2015), at Schloß Waldthausen, Mainz.
The “Bad-metal” behavior phenomenon is often viewed as one of the key unresolved signatures of strong correlation physics. It has been identified in many Mott systems, such as cuprates, manganites, ruthenates, iridates, heavy fermions, organic charge-transfer salts, and the recently discovered iron pnictides.
Applications to participate in the workshop must be made online between February 15, 2015, and April 15, 2015 (https://www.spice.uni-mainz.de/bmw-workshop-application/). We will inform the applicants about the acceptance by April 30, 2015 or earlier. There is a conference fee of 350 Euro, which will have to be paid by the 31st of May 2015 to be fully registered. Some limited amount of funding is available to support travel for the junior participants in a case by case basis.
Find all the information in the SPICE webpage.